Asset Tracking Software for Government
With Enasys asset tracking software and RFID tag technology, government, local, state, and federal departments are reducing costs and realizing greater accountability in terms of how assets are handled. Used by the Bureau of Land Management and NASA, Enasys is the most advanced, yet easy-to-use asset tracking solution currently on the market. Government agencies use Enasys tools and solutions to successfully track documents, equipment, and key assets.
Our government asset management software and RFID tag technology not only improves accountability when it comes to sensitive assets, but also delivers a solid return on investment — something department heads and taxpayers can all appreciate. Plus, Enasys can import databases from legacy systems and track barcode-labeled assets as you transition to the latest RFID-driven smart labels and readers.
Better tracking of government assets starts with Enasys — call us today for additional information.
Solid Investment, Measurable Returns
Enasys delivers a solid ROI. With the savings on labor, reallocation of assets, recovered assets, and loss prevention, most government agencies find Enasys to pay for itself within 8 to 18 months.
In no other sector is the accountability of assets more studied, scrutinized, and debated than in government. Using our latest government asset management software and RFID tagging technology, assets are tagged and tracked with greater efficiency. The reports generated with Enasys can be used to identify asset that have gone missing, misplaced, as well as how and how often assets are used. The real-time data generated by Enasys can be used to guide maintenance and replacement schedules.
Government asset management software solutions are proving to be beneficial to a number of agencies and public safety departments, including:
- Department of Defense
- Law enforcement (Secret Service, FBI, Border Patrol, DEA, etc.)
- Environmental Protection Agency
- Department of Agriculture
- Department of Commerce
- Department of Education
- Department of Energy
- Department of HHS
- Department of Homeland Security
- Department of HUD
- Department of the Interior
- Department of Justice
- Department of State
- Department of Transportation
- Department of the Treasury
- Department of Veterans Affairs
Governments use Enasys to track important assets such as documents, uniforms, footwear, computers, laptops, tablets, emergency supplies, body armor, crime scene evidence, as well as a range of automobiles and transport vehicles.
Personnel Verification and Tracking
With RFID-enabled swipe cards and personnel tracking solutions, Enasys is used to track government employees. Enasys asset tracking allows taxpayer-funded employees — from the military, Homeland Security, and everyone in between — to be more efficient, effective, and accountable in fulfilling their duties as public servants.
Better track of government assets and personnel starts with Enasys. To request a consultation on how Enasys can improve your operation, contact Enasys today.
Personnel Verification and Tracking
Stephanie Zepelin, a television news reporter with Indianapolis’ WISH-TV, discovered that millions of dollars worth of state assets go missing each year in Indiana. Analyzing six years of government accountability reports, Zepelin found Indiana State agencies experienced annual losses ranging from $652,000 to $7.2 million in the years surveyed. These losses, many due to theft and misappropriation, cost Indiana taxpayers an average $2.85 million every year, costing taxpayers money while also reducing the effectiveness of state services.
Dr. Eric Schansberg of the Indiana Policy Review Foundation noted there is little motivation for members of state government to politicize the issue, noting the impact to Indiana families is only a few dollars each year. But, these lost assets affect do affect the state’s most vulnerable population, those receiving welfare benefits and other forms of public assistance. The state’s Family and Social Services division accounted for over 30% of all lost assets reported.
By deploying enhanced asset tracking tools, states such as Indiana can demonstrate more accountability to taxpayers while simultaneously improving the reliability of state services.